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Lina Alhathloul لينا الهذلول Nov 20
My interview on ⁦⁩ on the and the situation of my sister . My message is clear: The international community has a duty to hold Saudi Arabia accountable and ask for the immediate release of my sister and other activists.
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Sean Penn Nov 24
Activist will stand trial tomorrow in Saudi. She has been imprisoned for 925 days & on hunger strike for nearly a month. All for daring to want a more equitable world. & every other women's rights activist.
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Sulome 20h
This is the power of a woman. To terrify a government run by men so much that they must utterly destroy her in order to feel safe.
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Amnesty International USA Nov 25
Loujain al-Hathloul is in prison in Saudi Arabia for defying the Saudi driving ban, even though it was lifted in 2018. We stand with her and all activists put behind bars for defending women's rights.
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Lina Alhathloul لينا الهذلول Nov 25
Loujain al-Hathloul, 31, looked weak, her body shaking uncontrollably and her voice faint[...]The judge announced he was transferring the case from regular criminal court to a terrorism court.
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Amnesty International Nov 25
Hey , today enters almost a month on hunger strike in her prison cell. Today, the world will be watching. If wants to match rhetoric of progress with actions, it should immediately & unconditionally.
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Lexi Alexander الكسندرا ميراي Nov 24
After two and a half years. I hope everybody in media and everybody with a platform makes some noise. She has done no crime, she wasn’t even speaking out about anything at the time of her arrest. Loujain needs to be released tomorrow
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Helen Clark 37m
, a Saudi Arabian women's rights advocate, has been detained since May 2018 & subjected to maltreatment. Now her case has been transferred to a terrorism tribunal. This is dangerous & absurd. Loujain should be released now.
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CODEPINK Nov 24
The Saudi regime has jailed & tortured *without* trial for years. Now, all of a sudden, they've decided to grant her a trial, giving her family less than a day's notice. immediately & release all other human rights defenders!
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Lina Alhathloul لينا الهذلول Nov 25
Interview with on the case of my sister , jailed Saudi activist : -Saudi Arabia’s false accusations -Importance of international pressure -What a adm could change Full interview 👉🏽
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Suzanne Bonamici Nov 25
. is absolutely right; we must keep speaking up. And until the Saudi government releases , we will only get louder.
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Lina Alhathloul لينا الهذلول 5h
Loujain al-Hathloul campaigned for Saudi women to drive. Now she’s before a terrorism court via
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Lina Alhathloul لينا الهذلول 5h
No End in Sight for Saudi Women’s Rights Activist Loujain al-Hathloul
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Amnesty Nagoya Multicultural Group (Provisional) Nov 24
With the trial of hunger-striking Saudi activist al-Hathloul to resume, those committed to freedom of expression call on to
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David Kaye Nov 25
the levels of outrage here are many: a women’s rights activist sent to terrorism court in saudi arabia after an already lengthy and unlawful detention.
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Freedom First Nov 22
Day 26 of . The demand is simple: Give access to communicate with her family. Better yet, !
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Murtaza Batla (he/him) Nov 24
Important thread worth boosting about . She has suffered far too long and needs to be freed unconditionally
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Jessica Craig Nov 26
Watch full interview with . "We want a fair trial, but that seems impossible." The only way is for the international community to keep pressuring the Saudis to . 💜
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Émna Mizouni ~ آمنة الميزوني Nov 25
Stand by us to demand the freedom of before it's too late.
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Lina Alhathloul لينا الهذلول Nov 25
Saudi Arabia's persecution of imprisoned women's rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul via
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